Harry Styles Steps Out in Heels Amid Album Release Buzz

NewsIs Harry Styles' New Song About Taylor Swift

'We're not who we used to be, ' Harry Styles purrs over the acoustic and gorgeous track 'Two Ghosts, ' and that's a nice way of summing up an obvious truth: he's broken free and found a voice that contradicts his One Direction roots.

Fans have remarked that Two Ghosts bears a striking resemblance to Taylor Swift's hit Style.

Even if the song is not about Taylor Swift, Harry Styles maybe a marketing genius, because fans will flock to buy his new album in search of the Taylor Swift Easter Eggs.

The slow, guitar-filled track speaks about a girl with blue eyes and red lips.

While the singer has remained tight-lipped about who the record concerns, Harry said it shouldn't be too hard for fans to figure out.

"Everything in between, you feel like you are going to fall". I listened to it and the DJ said afterwards, "It sounds a bit like Pink Floyd to me" and I thought, "Yeah, I could play that'".

"I think, y'know, it's about.sometimes things change", Harry said reluctantly. And sometimes it's just different.

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Acknowledging the fact he had completely dodged the question, the former One Direction star jokingly added, "2017, philosopher, London". It all starts with "Meet Me In The Hallway", a ballad on which Taylor Swift's former boyfriend talks about love, with a voice that is reminiscent of Andrew VanWyngarden, MGMT singer and Universe close to that of Elton John. Who among Swift's ex-boyfriends will be her inspiration this time?

The first track, "Meet Me in the Hallway", and one of the album's strongest, starts off a little odd. Styles' lyrics also say that he can't touch what he sees. The rest of the tracks continue with a rock "n" roll sound that keep things interesting. But this week, all eyes are on Harry Styles.

"Sign of the Times" was the debut single heard 'round the world is the song Styles says he's "most proud" of writing, and for good reason-its minor key balladry restated the Harry Styles brand on the radio.

"I don't give him any love advice, are you joking?" he laughed.

And maybe he's just trying to let the clothes do the talking on this particular press tour.

Harry was interviewed by Rolling Stone and was asked if his ex-lover wrote songs about him on the album 1989.



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